by Stephen Tall on January 31, 2013
Over at LibDemVoice today, Mark Pack has produced an interesting graph showing an important trend: the narrowing gap in university application rates between 18 year-olds from the most disadvantaged areas and the most advantaged areas. Here’s my less sophisticated graphical attempt:
You can read my post from yesterday – University application rates in England at highest ever for disadvantaged groups, even post-£9k tuition fees – here. And at CentreForum, Gill Wyness has analysed the figures here.